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Terrifier 2 Movie (2022) Cast, Release Date, Story, Budget, Collection, Poster, Trailer, Review

Terrifier 2

October 6, 2022 |
2hr 38min |
2hr 38min
October 6, 2022


After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to the timid town of Miles County where he targets a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night.

Terrifier 2 Movie Cast & Character

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Lauren LaVera
Sienna Shaw
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Elliott Fullam
Jonathan Shaw
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Sarah Voigt
Barbara Shaw
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Amelie McLain
The Little Pale Girl
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David Howard Thornton
Art the Clown
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Kailey Hyman
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Charlie McElveen
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Casey Hartnett
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Johnnath Davis
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Amy Russ
Allie's Mother
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Cory DuVal
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Nedim Jahić
Travis Bryant
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Leah Voysey
Clown Cafe TV host / Nurse
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Felissa Rose
Ms. Principe
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Chris Jericho
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Samantha Scaffidi
Victoria Heyes
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Griffin Santopietro
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Owen Myre
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Tamara Glynn
Shopping Mother

Terrifier 2 Movie Crew

Director, Writer, Producer, Editor
Producer, Cinematographer
Music Composer
Music Composer

Terrifier 2 Movie Trailer, Teaser & Videos

Terrifier 2 Movie Poster & Photos

Where to Watch Terrifier 2 Movie Online (Stream)


After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to the timid town of Miles County where he targets a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night.

Terrifier 2 Movie Details

Status: released
Available on: streaming-platform
Theatrical Release Date: October 6, 2022
Budget: est. $250,000
Worldwide Collection: $15,065,239
Domestic Collection: $10,640,105
Overseas Collection: $4,425,134

Production & Distribution Company

Production Companies


About Terrifier 2 Movie

    • A sequel to Terrifier (2016), it is the third feature-length film to feature Art the Clown.

    • The film originated from a feature film concept Leone began developing shortly after filming his directorial debut short film The 9th Circle (2009).

    • Funding was exacting as the script was more ambitious than the first film and required a bigger budget. Damien Leone secured finances from private investors prior to filming, and he launched an Indiegogo campaign with a $50,000 goal to produce a practical effects-driven scene. The campaign was a massive success, reaching over 430% of the initial goal with a donation total of $250,000.

    • Filming began in October 2019. While a majority of the film’s main storyline had already been completed. Principal photography was halted due to COVID-19, becoming one of many films affected by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Filming quietly resumed and wrapped on July 10, 2021.

    • Scenes shot in the “Terrifier” haunted house were filmed in a real haunted house called Fright Factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The filmmakers used what was already available to them.

    • A teaser trailer for Terrifier 2 was released on July 24, 2020.

    • Terrifier 2 was released in 886 theaters in the United States, grossing $400,000 on its opening day. It went on to debut to $805,000, and then made $1 million the following weekend (an increase of 28%). Variety called the film’s success a “shock” to the industry due to its low budget and limited mainstream marketing. Through its first two weeks of release, the film had grossed $3.4 million. Expanding to 1,550 theaters in its fourth weekend (an increase of 795) the film made $1.8 million, for a running total of $10.1 million as of November 2022.

    • Terrifier 2 received generally positive reviews from critics, with particular praise for LaVera and Thornton’s performances, though the film’s runtime received some criticism. Many critics considered the film to be an improvement over its predecessor. A third film is in development.

    • As Lauren LaVera is trained in martial arts, she did most of her own stunts in the movie.

    • While originally planned for a limited theatrical release for a single weekend, the movie reached the top 10 at the box office on multiple weekends. Its theatrical run lasted well past Halloween, and the film domestically grossed over $10 million on a $250,000 budget.

    • The movie was a completely independently made production. Money was raised through several sources without the aid of a studio, and writer/director Damien Leone created all the special effects himself in order to cut costs. He was able to be uncompromising in his depiction of violence and gore because there was no studio making demands or insisting on cuts.

    • Speaking of the film’s box office success, Leone said “I did not expect it to make this kind of splash or play in theaters, honestly, other than maybe a few arthouse theaters. To see it snowballing, the word of mouth growing, people getting sick and fainting and it really taking off, I never expected this or for it to make millions of dollars in theaters.”

    • After the success of Terrifier and Terrifier 2, it was announced that Terrifier 3 was in the works and in May 2023, it was announced that the sequel was expected to begin filming in November or December of 2023 for a late 2024 release.


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